Table 1.

Number (first set of rows) and proportions (bottom two sets of rows) of responses in a fictional recognition memory experiment broken down by percentiles of a measure (such as confidence ratings or response times) qualifying the classification response. (The sums (Σ) of ‘new’ and ‘old’ responses are indicated for the different stimulus classes along with the overall number of targets and lures. The first set of rows (labelled ‘RAW’) contains counts of the number of responses. The middle set of rows (labelled ‘ALL’) contains the same data normalized by the respective total numbers of target and lure trials. The final set of rows (labelled ‘REC’) contains the same data normalized by the respective numbers of target and lure trials within each recognition response.)

‘new’‘old’
percentile10080604020Σ‘new’20406080100Σ‘old’Σ
RAWlure2420141210808632120100
target123541591215202985100
ALLlure0.240.200.140.120.100.800.080.060.030.020.010.201
larget0.010.020.030.050.040.150.090.120.150.200.290.851
REClure0.3000.2500.1750.1500.12510.4000.3000.1500.1000.05012
target0.0670.1330.2000.3330.26710.1060.1410.1760.2350.34112